The streets oldest house built in 1640. Originally the building had one floor, the second floor was added in 1816.
A dark green door with a small opening underneath, The Ant King tried to control his curiosity, but it was in vain, he had to go closer…
One of the pros of being tiny, or maybe not, depends on how you look at it, The Ant King could look inside underneath the door. A nervous Heffanutt, dragged him away at the same time as he took this photo, sorry, it’s a bit blurry.
- A large, mainly solitary arboreal ape with long red hair, long arms, and hooked hands and feet, native to Borneo and Sumatra.
- Orangutans are the world’s largest tree-climbing mammals.
- Their powerful arms are stronger and longer than their legs and can reach 2m in length
- Orangutan means ‘person of the forest’ in the Malay language
- Orangutans travel by moving from one tree to another and usually avoid climbing down to the ground
- They can live up to 50 years in the wild, average about 40 years
- The orangutan’s diet includes fruit, such as durians, jackfruit, lychees, mangosteens, mangoes, and figs, young leaves and shoots, insects, soil, tree bark, woody lianas, and occasionally eggs and small vertebrates
- Whether for a quick nap or a full night’s sleep, orangutans build treetop nests from branches and foliage to bed down in
- Of the four kinds of great apes, only the orangutan comes from Asia
- The orangutan’s hair colour, orange-reddish brown is unique in the ape world.
- Orangutans do not swim, although they have been recorded wading in water.
- The main predators of orangutans are tigers